Join us Sundays at 10:30AM

We'd love to have you be our guest!

Whether you've been thinking about visiting Wake Chapel or have already come and are interested in learning more, we welcome you and hope you find our church warm, friendly, and full of the love of Christ. We realize that new situations can be challenging in more ways than one, but our desire is to help you find the joy of community and worship that we call home.  We want you to know that we are available for you — to answer your questions, to help you get acquainted with others, and to help you find what you are looking for.

What are your service times?

  • Sunday School - 9:00AM
  • Sunday Morning Worship Service - 10:30AM
  • Wednesday Evening Bible Study and Prayer Meeting - 6:30PM

Designated guest parking spaces are in the lot to the east of the sanctuary. When you arrive, our members will gladly direct you further.


What does a typical Sunday service look like?

On Sunday we gather together to meet with and worship our God, hear from His word, and encourage each other in the faith. We do this through singing, prayer, and preaching from the Bible. Most would say that our church has a more traditional feel, though you should feel welcome and comfortable whether you come dressed up or more casual. On most Sundays you will see anything from office casual to coats and ties.

What is the musical style of the church?

At Wake Chapel you will find a blended style of music with an emphasis toward the hymns of old while also utilizing substantive songs of today. Our standard is God-glorifying, soul-stirring, Biblically-based lyrics, together with fitting melodies. Our songs are led by our pastor of music along with a choir, but our emphasis is on the voice of the congregation.

Are classes available for my children?

On Sunday mornings our nursery is available for ages 0-1 during Sunday school at 9:00 as well as during our morning worship service at 10:30.

We offer age apropriate classes and programs for children nursery through 5th grade, as well as youth programing from 6th grade through high school.